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Linda Bal & Associates - Itasca, IL

207 North Walnut Street Itasca, IL 60143

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Updated: 11/27/2021

Itasca Real Estate Law Firm


An Experienced Bankruptcy Law Firm in DuPage County

Linda Bal & Associates — Itasca, Illinois

Whether it's a foreclosure summons, a credit card company threatening to sue you, worries about your car being repossessed or constant phone calls from debt collectors, there is a solution. Meaningful debt relief is within your reach. Our law firm can help you get it...

About Linda Bal & Associates

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Linda G. Bal

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Tax Appeal

Published Works

  • Bankruptcy Overview
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
  • What can I keep during bankruptcy?
  • Bankruptcy FAQs




  • John A. Bruszewski, Managing Real Estate Broker, MBA
  • Michelle Sims, Real Estate Appraiser


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Office Information


207 North Walnut Street Itasca, IL 60143


  • 866-300-1077

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